DD National New Frequency 2021 on G-Sat 15 at 93.5°E
DD National (formerly DD1) is a state-owned public entertainment television channel in India. It is the flagship channel of Doordarshan, India’s public service broadcaster, and the most widely available terrestrial television channel in India.
On 15 September 1959, at the studio of All India Radio, Delhi, the first TV channel in India started an experimental telecast with a small transmitter and a makeshift studio. Until 1965, all the regular daily transmissions were operated by the All India Radio. Krishi Darshan, Chaupaal, Doordarshan Samachar, and Kalyani were the first programs on the channel.
On 15 August 1982, Doordarshan introduced a national telecast service from its own TV studio in Mandi House, New Delhi. On 9 August 1984, Doordarshan launched its second channel for the metro/urban audience, ‘DD2’, the existing first channel was renamed ‘DD1’ and started regular transmission. In the same year, DD1 started telecast of sponsored TV serials, which were produced by veteran filmmakers. Hum Log was the first sponsored TV serial of Indian television and started airing on 7 July 1984.
|Channel Name :||DD National|
|Satellite :||G-Sat 15 at 93.5°E|
|Symbol Rate :||29500|
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